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Mae West and Dorothy Parker

 


(Everything in this post was generated by AI.)


INT. A BAR - NIGHT


Mae West sits at the bar, sipping on a martini. Dorothy Parker walks in and takes a seat next to her.


DOROTHY: Well, hello there, Mae. Fancy meeting you here.


MAE: Well, well, well. If it isn't the woman with the quick wit and the sharp tongue.


DOROTHY: And if it isn't the woman who always manages to steal the show.


MAE: (laughs) You flatter me, dear.

DOROTHY: So, what brings you here tonight?


MAE: Just looking for a little bit of fun.


DOROTHY: (smirks) And I suppose I'm not enough for you?


MAE: (laughs) Oh, don't be like that, Dorothy. You know you're one of my favorite drinking companions.


DOROTHY: (raises an eyebrow) And who else is on that list?


MAE: Well, let's see. There's Groucho Marx, W.C. Fields, and that young upstart, Denzel Washington.


DOROTHY: Denzel Washington? What on earth do you two talk about?


MAE: (shrugs) Oh, you know. Politics, the weather, the latest Hollywood gossip. He's a real charmer.


DOROTHY: (laughs) I'll have to take your word for it.


The bartender approaches the two women.


BARTENDER: What can I get for you ladies?


MAE: Make it a double martini, extra olives.


DOROTHY: And I'll have a gin and tonic, hold the tonic.


BARTENDER: (chuckles) You got it.


MAE: (smirks) You always did have a way with words, Dorothy.


DOROTHY: (smirks back) And you always did have a way with men, Mae.


MAE: (laughs) Touché, my dear. Touché.


The two women clink their glasses together and continue their conversation, sharing jokes and witty banter late into the night.

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